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C&W president, CEO to retire June 2021

By |  February 22, 2021
Deryl Beakley headshot

Beakley

Deryl Beakley, president and CEO of C&W DustTech, a manufacturer of ready-mix and concrete dust collection systems, will retire in June.

Bill Werra will succeed Beakley as president, effective immediately. In the coming months, Beakley and Werra will work together to ensure a successful transition, the company says. Following his retirement, Beakley will continue to serve on C&W’s board of directors.

“It is with heartfelt enthusiasm that I share the news of my upcoming retirement after nearly 30 years with C&W and express my excitement for C&W’s future,” Beakley says. “Bill is well prepared to take the helm, with a diverse leadership background that supports his hands-on knowledge of C&W’s product lines, our distribution network and the end-users who rely on us to keep their plants up and running.”

Bill Werra headshot

Werra

Werra joined the executive team as chief growth officer in 2019 with more than 25 years of manufacturing industry leadership focused on technical engineered solutions for heavy industry, according to C&W.

“Coming off of a challenging 2020, we’re entering 2021 with strong momentum due to our team that worked tirelessly to create new processes and systems for our customers who were hit hard by the pandemic,” Werra says. “This team’s commitment to delivering customers new dust technology solutions tees up a very exciting future. I’m honored to step into the role of president, and thank Deryl for his work in building an industry-leading team and company.”

Steve Duncan, COO of C&W, will team up with Werra to design and execute a new strategic vision, which will build on C&W’s focus on clean air technologies and align with changing market needs, the company says.

Carly McFadden

About the Author:

Carly McFadden is the associate editor at Pit & Quarry. She can be reached at 216-363-7930 or cmcfadden@northcoastmedia.net.

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